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Luxury Hotels in Liverpool From magnificent waterfront hotels to posh city centre accommodation, Liverpool has a lot to offer visitors who are looking for a little splendour during their stay.

For the ultimate swanky hotel, why not try the Marriott Liverpool [map] in heart of the city centre, which has become a firm favourite amongst visiting celebrities. Along with 24-hour room service and parking, this exquisitely built modern hotel also boasts a swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool and a leisure club, so guests can relax in style. It also has a top-class restaurant, which is as popular with local diners as it is with guests, a cocktail bar and superb lounge for afternoon teas or pre-dinner drinks.

If it’s plush city centre accommodation you’re looking for then the Trials Hotel [map] on Castle Street may also be worth checking out. Designed in 1867 by Lilly and Littler, this hotel is one of Liverpool’s most imposing landmarks and has luxury on tap. There are a wide variety of rooms available, but at the top end of the scale there are elegant suites that each have their own whirlpool spa and entertainments centre.

Liverpool boasts some of the most stunning docklands in the country, so it will come as little surprise that some of the city’s most prestigious hotels are located on the waterfront.

The Crowne Plaza Hotel [map] is situated on the newly restored Princes Dock and has fabulous views across the water. Along with the usual array of luxury services, including a restaurant, bar and swimming pool, the hotel also has a hairdressers, aerobics studio, sauna and whirlpool. For those who want to really push the boat out during their stay, penthouse suites and private dining rooms are also available on request.

If you’re after a taste of history and magnificent views, then book a room at the Royal Hotel [map] just outside the city centre. Established in 1815, this hotel overlooks the Waterloo Marina and has amazing views of the Wirral and North Wales. Along with a restaurant, conservatory and a bar, it also boasts executive rooms that come with four-poster beds and spa baths.

Also on the waterfront you’ll find the Thistle Hotel [map] and the Radisson SAS Liverpool [map], which both have scenic views of the River Mersey.

Guests staying at the Radisson can choose between the themed rooms – Ocean and Urban – as well as making use of the leisure facilities, which include a swimming pool and gym.

Located near the famous Royal Liver Building, the ship-shaped Thistle Hotel boasts the usual leisure facilities along with unique Beatles-themed short breaks and weekend packages. Guests can visit the Beatles Story Exhibition, Cavern Club and take a ferry across the Mersey as part of their deal.

For those who want to stay out of town but close enough to still do all the sightseeing, why not opt for the beautiful seaside location of Southport.

Here you’ll find the Prince of Wales Hotel [map] located on its own boulevard with sea views and only 20 minutes from Liverpool city centre. This deluxe Victorian hotel, which has been in operation for more than 100 years, is close to an array of trendy shops and championship golf courses, and boasts a swimming pool, fitness club and restaurant.

So whether you’re celeb watching or just feel like splashing out during your stay, Liverpool has the luxury hotel you’re looking for.

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